I have a question about importing into Premiere cut of video in After Effects. So I cut a one-hour video clip in Premiere (; very, very many cuts), save it as a premiere project (;. Prproj) s.and then import this file into After Effects in order to make the fine points to correct colors, etc. What happened is that I now have for AE a sequence in which each cut is a different video file that is as long as the average. So if I as a video (; hund.avi example) Premiere cut 50 times, then I have in AE 50 times among the hund.avi file with each of the frames that I've cut. For each section that is a file. Why can not leave just like that show the file as Premiere, which is a track with all the video cut to "share" back to back. That's terribly inconvenient if you want to enable, for example, effects a longer time, you will have the effect applied to each clip. That must be at 500 section 500 clips.
Is there another way?
Antwort von RickyMartini:
Tip: Edit with AEONLY the parts of a video that it should be handled really synonymous! 60min but are Schmarn in AE! Your Calculator is surely the handaben little and with the good overview can have it done then synonymous.
PPro offers a variety of filters, so should be used AE effects for only Special! There is so synonymous and not because of image adjustments (such as color correction) as synonymous PPro offers!
This will display all the clips on a PPro sequence in AE in the order in PPro, you have only the sequence in the Timeline window, drag - but not the clips of the associated project PPro! Otherwise you how it happened to you, all the clips are with each other! ;)
Antwort von Mylenium:
"Schug Aland" wrote:
That's terribly inconvenient,
Maybe so, but this is indeed now a layer-based compositing times AE program. That's all what you see - the same clip as 50 levels with the in - and Out points. And Ricky is right, of course - no one would do anything in AE, Premiere in what could be the same way. To export only the clips you want to edit synonymous. If these are all in your case, is the dan how it is. You could make clear the Lien Time, by working with nested sequences in Premiere and AE which then translates into nested compositions, but there it will then stop synonymous. Just is. You roll easily confuse the workflow and then expect something in each of the programs for which they are not made ...